Starfish External Anatomy

Start studying sea star external and internal anatomy.

Starfish external anatomy. Advanced forms either evert (turn outward) the stomach upon the prey (bivalve mollusks, coral polyps, other echinoderms) for external digestion or swallow the . Sea stars are carnivorous that mostly prey on . The sea star (commonly called a starfish) is an excellent specimen to use to . Sea stars are among the most conspicuous of all the.

Sea stars are actually part of . Sea stars (group name stelleroidea) are sometimes called starfish, though they are not. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. Can you identify the external and internal anatomy of a sea.

Dorsal view of starfish showing external anatomy. Internal anatomy of a starfish: Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. They are equipped with numerous tube feet.

Marine animal with radiating symmetry. Their mouth is on the . Tube feet of a sea star, this is how sea stars move and get around slowly.

Sp06 starfish parts 1

Sp06 starfish parts 1

Sea Star Anatomy Part 2 - YouTube

Sea Star Anatomy Part 2 - YouTube

Species in the Spotlight: Sea Stars | Dive Buddies 4 Life

Species in the Spotlight: Sea Stars | Dive Buddies 4 Life

Sea Star Dissection: Student Cut #3 for Lesson Plan - YouTube

Sea Star Dissection: Student Cut #3 for Lesson Plan - YouTube

Starfish Dissection Guide

Starfish Dissection Guide